Relax Enjoy Serve
In order to Serve the Lord, you need to Enjoy life.
In order to Enjoy life you need to be able to Relax and have no worries.
In order to Relax you need to trust the Lord with all your heart.
This organization is dedicated to help Christians fulfill their purpose to serve and worship God with a happy heart. It also hopes to lead people to Jesus Christ so that they may be saved and have eternal life.
Our basic and simple philosophy is:
- Relax because God is in control of those who abide in him and he will deliver you from evil.
- Enjoy all that God has provided you and continuously recognize the good things in your life.
- Serve the Lord with your happy heart by your good deeds and spread the word of God as Jesus has commissioned.
With this mindset you will easily be focused on living your life in a way that will create the most effective lifestyle that will please God and yourself. After you remove worry from your life you will begin to truly enjoy many aspects of life that you may not have previously noticed. This will in turn motivate you to have a great desire to learn what Jesus has taught and show others how they too can learn your enjoyment of life.
The critical part of this philosophy is learning how to relax. You do this by trusting God which requires you to totally believe that God exists. To know God you must believe and study the Holy Bible which is God’s word. There are many historical studies that prove the Bible’s Holiness. The fulfillment of prophecies throughout a historical timeline should be enough for any rational person to believe. This is where events in history have been proven through archeology and story telling (reporting) combined with chronology prove that the words are true.
Who is God and how do you know he is in control?
Because the Bible says so and the Bible tells about who God is.
How do you know the Bible is the truth?
Through archaeological studies and historically documented events.
So go Relax, Enjoy and Serve the Lord with all your heart. So that one day you may hear “Well done, good and faithful servant!” Mat 25:21